Spring Gardening

Spring Gardening

Spring Garden

Planning Ahead for Your Spring Garden

No matter how many times you've done it, and how experienced a gardener you are, it's always cool to watch your spring garden grow from a tiny seed. It's a bit miraculous when you...
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How to Plant and Grow Kohlrabi

Kohlrabi is a unusual-looking biennial plant with leaves that resemble collards growing out of a swollen globe that resembles a turnip. The vegetable is closely related to cabbage and turnips, but has a softer...
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How to Prune Mugo Pines Correctly

A Mugo pine, or creeping pine, dwarf mountain pine, mountain pine, scrub mountain pine or Swiss mountain pine is an evergreen. The small pine is a species of conifer, native to high elevation habitats from...
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Springtime Gardening: This Weekend’s Checklist

We're almost confident that it's not going to snow this weekend! That means we're going to finally be able to drag Mother Nature into Springtime. It’s also time to gather your gardening tools, make...
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Spring Pruning! Flowering Trees and Shrubs

When winter begins to turn to spring, and you cannot wait to get into your garden, pruning is a good place to start. Spring pruning keeps plants healthy and gets rid of damaged, diseased...
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Springtime Gardening: The Basics

A few of us are still looking out the window and seeing a big pile of white stuff, but trust us, it is going to melt and Springtime will be here before you know...
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Spring Gardening: Your March To-Do List

Well, it wasn't easy putting this list together for spring gardening while watching a snowstorm cover the fields this past week. We're coming off a weekend that almost felt like Spring, though. And while...

Cool Season Crops: March Can Be The Best Month (Or Last Chance)!

There are some areas of the country where winters are mild, and January marks the beginning of spring planting for a variety of cool weather, slow-growing crops. Others have to wait for that January...

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